Today we’re delighted to announce that we are now opening One Tribe Talent. And we’re proud to say that our very first talent being represented is Matt Prichard! He’s known from being the stuntman skateboarder on Dirty Sanchez and has been involved with much more over the years. The first of something huge!
It comes with great pleasure to announce that our Civilisations Stories: The Remains Of Slavery was one of six chosen regional films to be shown on BBC 4! You can catch it on Monday 14th May, 7.30pm!
Following on from our very successful screening on Monday, Civilisations will be hitting British tele’s on Monday 30th April at 7.30pm! We can’t wait for you all to see it! Don’t forget to tweet #CivilisationsBristol and tell us what you think.
A screening of the much-anticipated “Civilisations Stories: The Remains of Slavery” which One Tribe TV filmed and produced earlier this year is having its own preview screening at Bristol’s Showcase Cinema De Lux on Monday 23rd April 2018 at 6:30pm. Tickets will be available to apply for via the ‘BBC Showcase and Tours’ website linked below. The screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with a panel of experts including our very own Dale Templar and a host of contributors that featured in the documentary.
The programme is set to on Monday 30th April on BBC One West.
The Trial of the Detectives from 1877 changed the way the police force was governed, following the story is Gyles Brandreth; join him as he works his way through the dramatic events leading up to the trial and the events that resulted from it. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle couldn’t have written a more Holmes-esque story!
We’re out filming for Civilisations this week, we’ve already been to Bristol’s M-Shed and St Mary’s in Henbury. Today we were in a very wet Stroud, we’ve got our new jib out; and thanks to the very talented Jay Carter-Coles, Lewis Garrard and Jonathon Aiken the shots look fantastic.
Miles met with Anne Mactintosh of the Stroud Preservation Trust to talk about the abolition of the slave trade, and showed him the wonderful abolition arch on the corner of Paganhill Estate.
The weather was not on our side all day, but our spirits were not dampened (although everything else was) everyone did a great job and kept each other going. We’re looking forward to getting out there again and making the last parts of the documentary.